Christina is one of our go-to lobbyists, with deep relationships on the Hill and an understanding of how life inside the Beltway works. Combining legal acumen with experience on the Hill and in the executive branch, she helps her clients advance their policy goals amidst shifting laws and regulations.
Christina specializes in helping many of our corporate clients, particularly on judiciary, financial services, and banking issues. She knows that in this town, relationships are key, and she works to help clients build positive reputations. She helps corporate clients position themselves as responsible actors and resources for information in Washington policy and lawmaking circles to create meaningful, substantive, and lasting relationships. Christina also helps clients to think outside of the box, identifying opportunities at the cross-section of different issue areas and establishing creative partnerships.
In addition to her experience in Washington, Christina has unique connections in the sports world, and she leads the firm’s work around the utilization of sports as a platform for social change.
Before joining Raben, Christina was the Legislative Counsel in the Office of Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee where she focused heavily on the Judiciary portfolio. She also spent time in the Chief Counsel’s office at the Office of Thrift Supervision in the Department of Treasury, handling litigation regarding federally insured banks that have failed and working closely with the legislative affairs team to implement the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory reform bill.
Christina, a native of the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Howard University and received her law degree from Boston College Law School.
- Legislative Counsel to Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee
- Litigation Law Clerk at Department of Treasury, Office of Thrift Supervision
- Summer Associate at Duane Morris, LLP